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ERIC Number: ED052100
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 153
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Intercultural Education Series. The Americas and Self-Identification.
Jones, Earl, Ed.; Dean, Frances, Ed.
This is the final monograph in the Programa de Educacion Interamericana resource series on Latin America: SO 001 424 through SO 001 428. Two main sections are contained here: 1) philosophical and methodological approaches to the problems of teaching the social studies, and 2) ammunition in knowing the Americas so they can be taught better. The chapters are: 1) Self-Identification and World View; 2) The Self and Others; 3) Effecting Attitude Changes through Educational Technology: Fact or Fancy; 4) Using Literature in the Teaching of Social Studies; 5) Sample Strategies for Creative Instruction in Social Studies; 6) The French Contribution to the Texas Heritage; 7) Latin America: One and/or Many, a Philosophical Exploration; 8) Non-Estate Small-Scale Farming in the Caribbean and Guyana; 9) French Influence in the Literary and Artistic World of the Western Hemisphere; 10) A Portrait of Mexico; 11) Spain: Its People, Language, and Culture; 12) Songs, Instruments, and Dances of the Americas. Bibliographies of suggested readings accompany each chapter. (Author/VLW)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Bryan Independent School District, TX.; Texas A and M Univ., College Station.
Identifiers - Location: Texas